Williams Lake Boys and Girls Club haunted house volunteers (from left) Serena Petrin

Williams Lake Boys and Girls Club haunted house volunteers (from left) Serena Petrin

Halloween frights and fireworks

The 4th annual Fright Night Halloween Carnival takes place at the Gibraltar Room tonight, Wednesday, Oct. 30 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 30 — Fright Night

The 4th annual Fright Night Halloween Carnival takes place at the Gibraltar Room tonight, Wednesday, Oct. 30 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

This fun-filled family evening of carnival games and spooky fun features a costume contest at 6 p.m. and a concession which includes Indian Tacos.

Hosted by the Punky Lake Wilderness Camp admission is by donation.

Wednesday, Oct. 30 — Pumpkin carving

Cariboo GM is once again hosting its Halloween Pumpkin Carving Party on Wednesday, Oct. 30 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. with some ghoulish games, freaky fun, frightening food, and free pumpkins for carving.

Thursday, Oct. 31— Halloween fire works

The City of Williams Lake is hosting its 34th annual Halloween fireworks display in the Stampede Grounds on Halloween night, Thursday.

A roaring bonfire will be lit at 7:15 p.m. and the fireworks start at 7:45 p.m.

The Williams Lake Lions Club will be on site during the fireworks offering hot chocolate and hot dogs by donation with proceeds going directly back into our community.

Thursday, Oct. 31— Haunted Longhouse

Karen’s Place Restaurant owners Karen and Raymond Brown are setting up their popular haunted house at the Longhouse in the Stampede Grounds on Halloween.

The event will include hot chocolate and candy bags for the children. Admission is a donation for the food bank.

Thursday, Oct. 31 — Zombie Walk

The Potato House Society is hosting the city’s first annual Williams Lake Zombie Walk from the Potato House to city hall on Halloween night.

Participants are asked to meet at the Potato House at 4 p.m. for the parade that will start at 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 31 — Nightmare on Ninth

Look for a special Halloween haunting at Nightmare on Ninth, 717 Ninth Avenue with the front and back yards come alive for one scary haunted house (daylight hours scenes are toned down for the little ones). Donations of food for Jubilee Place will be accepted.

Thursday, Oct. 31 — Horsefly fireworks

Horsefly will be lit up for Halloween, Oct. 31 with a fireworks display starting at 7:15 p.m. in the arena next to the school and Halloween games and family fun taking place in the community hall.

Thursday, Oct. 31 — 150 Mile fire works

The 150 Mile House Community Club is hosting its 25th annual Halloween party and fireworks show on Halloween night. The 6 p.m. Thursday,  Oct. 31 and includes free hot chocolate, hot dogs, cotton candy, and goody bags for the children, followed by a fireworks show at 8 p.m. This is a free event, however, cash donations are accepted.

Sunday, Nov. 3 — Pumpkin chucking

The Pumpkin Chucking Fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club takes place on the Cataline Elementary School Field starting at 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 2.

Bring your jack-o-lantern and see how far you can launch it using the trebuchet catapult.

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